Find a New Line of Work in “The Old Line State”
With its varied topography packed into a small land mass, Maryland is sometimes called “America in Miniature”. Sand dunes and seagrasses of its Eastern Shores give way to Chesapeake Bay marshlands teeming with wildlife; and its north and west are filled with thick oak/pine forests blanketing rolling hills and mountains. Its history is the history of America – from its founding as a haven for Catholics and its donation of land for the new capital of Washington, D.C., to its key roles in the Abolitionist Movement and birthplace of the national anthem – the history of the state and of America can be seen, felt and touched.
The seventeenth century life of the colonists is recreated at St. Mary’s City near Leonardtown, while Woodlawn Manor Museum in Sandy Spring recreates the Underground Railroad experience. In Baltimore you can explore the Inner Harbor’s National Aquarium and Ft. McHenry, the battle for which inspired “The Star Spangled Banner. Visit the Surratt House Museum in Clinton to explore its connection to Abraham Lincoln, Reisterstown’s Montrose Mansion and Chapel’s connection to Napoleon, or Williamsport’s Springfield Farm and Museum’s connection to George Washington. Ride the historic diesel and steam locomotives of 19th century railroads between Cumberland and Frostburg.
Rich in topography, history and culture, Maryland is consistently ranked as the wealthiest state, and Bethesda as one of the most affluent and highly educated of its cities. With such world renowned healthcare facilities as Johns Hopkins Hospital, The National Institutes of Health, and Walter Reed Medical Center, it is no wonder that Maryland is at the forefront of rehabilitative innovation and a great place to work in this sector. Call us at 800 535 0076 to learn what Maryland has to offer you!